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Avoiding Plagiarism

A fact that is not common knowledge must have a citation

When you write about an idea, you must make clear whose idea it is. If it's your idea, you don't have to cite it.

If you are writing about someone else's idea, you must cite your source.

If you use someone else's exact words, you must put them in quotation marks and cite the source.

When you use an author's idea without quoting it exactly, you must write the idea in your own words, not just rearrange or change a few words, and you must cite the source.



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